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Race Report | NSW Gravity Enduro State at Ourimbah

Rocky Trail’s final Rollercoaster Gravity Enduro event for the year was held at Ourimbah MTB Park on the weekend. In a field of 150 competitors from all over NSW and the ACT, Newcastle’s Graeme Mudd and Sarah Booth won the elite categories. The event was the third and final round of the official Gravity Enduro Read more…

The Interview | UKGE Junior Winner Leigh Johnson

Every year in all types of racing around the world there are always young ‘up-n’-coming’ riders who shine through, head and shoulders above the rest. Over here in the UK; Leigh Johnson (from South Wales) has absolutely annihilated his fellow Junior competitors this season in every single race he has done. He has posted times Read more…

Race Report | First Enduro Race – Singletracks Morella

Morella is one of the most beautiful villages of Spain. Its strategic location has made Morella the scene of many events, from prehistoric times to the nineteenth centuries and every time it was re-built with their history, their shape and identity. Today´s result is an amazing medieval city erected on a mountain, surrounded by almost Read more…

Save the Date | Trans Hajar, Oman 2015

400 kilometres – 10,000 metres of climbing – five days. Take on the tallest peaks of the Sultanate of Oman at Trans Hajar mountain bike stage race The Trans Hajar is a awesome new mountain bike stage race set in the highest mountain range of the Sultanate of Oman. In its fifth year but with Read more…

Race Report: Montenbaik Enduro Valdivia 2014

A comfortable victory, and with a special flavor, the current Chilean champion Nicolas Prudencio, won the 6th round of the “Santa Cruz Montenbaik Enduro 2014″ National Championship, which attracted 400 riders to the beautiful landscapes of the Los Rios Region. On his return to competition after an injury in the last EWS in Finale Ligure Read more…

Race Report: The Redwoods Coast, Rotorua, New Zealand

It’s simple, really. Start at the top of a steep hill at the northern trailhead of Rotorua’s Whakarewarewa Forest mountain bike trail network. No pedalling, just momentum and who coasts the longest wins the titles – bike, small bike, tandem and overall. In 2014, the fastest recorded time was a shade over 71kph at the Read more…

Vitus First Tracks Enduro Cup 2015 Race Dates

It’s been a long time in the making but we are delighted to announce the Vitus First Tracks Enduro Cup 2015 is ready to rock and entries are now live! The series has 4 rounds that will showcase Northern Irelands best riding locations to competitors that are up for the challenge. Vitus bikes and the Read more…

Don’t call it a comeback: Part 2, Racing makes me nervous!

This is Part 2 of an essay US Editor Daniel Dunn wrote after racing his first enduro race, and 8 years after any type of mountain bike racing. You can find Part 1 here. This weekend in Moab is my first crack at it. I’ve been shooting enduro races for the past two years, so Read more…

Don’t call it a comeback: Part 1, Racing makes me nervous!

This essay was written as US Editor Daniel Dunn prepared for his first enduro mountain bike race. Taking place in Moab, Utah, where the hot sun always causes deep thinking and reflection. Or maybe the extreme sunburn causes that… I sit in the cafe, on the verge of my first mountain bike race in over Read more…

Season Recap: Top Notch Racing in the California Enduro Series

The race season has wound down and what an amazing summer it has been all over the US. With as big a country as the US is, there are multiple series happening in many different parts of the country. One of the biggest is the California Enduro Series (in the biggest state, outside of Alaska). Read more…